The Great Jewel Robber

His Evening Dress Was Always 'White Tie'... and a black automatic!

Genres: Crime, Drama
Director Peter Godfrey's 1950 drama, inspired by true events, dramatizes the crime spree of the notorious jewel thief known as "The Hollywood Raffles", whose famous robbery victims included such real-life celebrities as Joan Crawford, Errol Flynn, Alexis Smith and Dennis Morgan. David Brian stars in the title role, and he's supported by John Archer, Marjorie Reynolds, Jacqueline de Wit, Alix Talton, Ned Glass, Perdita Chandler and columnist Sheilah Graham, playing herself.
Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1950-07-15
Run time: 91 minute / 1:31
Director: Peter Godfrey
Production Company : Warner Bros. Pictures
Production Country: United States of America



David Brian
as Gerald Graham Dennis
Marjorie Reynolds
as Martha Rollins
John Archer
as Police Detective Lou Sampter
Jacqueline deWit
as Mrs. Arthur Vinson
Perdita Chandler
as Peggy Arthur
Stanley Church
as Himself (mayor of New Rochelle)
Alix Talton
as Brenda Hall (as Alice Talton)
Jessie Arnold
as Undetermined Role (uncredited)
Lois Austin
as Mrs. Workman (uncredited)
Claudia Barrett
as Marian Blaine (uncredited)
Rodney Bell
as Man in Elevator (uncredited)
Tillie Born
as Maid (uncredited)
Margaret Brayton
as Undetermined Role (uncredited)
Charles Cane
as Mr. Tom Creel (uncredited)
Geraldine Carr
as Mrs. Creel (uncredited)
Russ Clark
as Guard (uncredited)
Leo Cleary
as Haley (uncredited)
Fred Coby
as Tom Colt - Convict (uncredited)
Roger Cole
as Undetermined Role (uncredited)
Tom Coleman
as Policeman (uncredited)
Dimples Cooper
as Chinese Girl (uncredited)
Garrett Craig
as Guard Sergeant (uncredited)
Paul Cristo
as Party Guest (uncredited)
Harry Crocker
as Commentator (uncredited)
Cathy Dart
as Undetermined Role (uncredited)
Herschel Daugherty
as Sgt. Tarrant (uncredited)
Warren Douglas
as Det. Altman (uncredited)
Bess Flowers
as Party Guest (uncredited)
Joel Fluellen
as Train Waiter (uncredited)
Don Forbes
as Radio Announcer (uncredited)
Art Foster
as Art, Customs Guard (uncredited)
Ned Glass
as Prisoner in Jail Cell (uncredited)
Fred Graham
as Brad Morrow - Bartender (uncredited)
Sheilah Graham
as Sheilah Graham - Television Commentator (uncredited)
William E. Green
as Official on Train (uncredited)
Creighton Hale
as Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
Sam Harris
as Mr. Bartlett - Party Guest (uncredited)
Don C. Harvey
as Official (uncredited)
Edward Hearn
as Canadian Desk Sergeant (uncredited)
Weldon Heyburn
as Captain of the Guards (uncredited)
Hazel Keener
as Undetermined Role (uncredited)
Mike Lally
as Police Officer (uncredited)
Charles Lang
as Det. Carlton (uncredited)
Lyle Latell
as Guard (uncredited)
Harry Lauter
as Reporter (uncredited)
Charles Lind
as Bellboy (uncredited)
Jack Lomas
as Prison Road Gang Guard (uncredited)
Parke MacGregor
as Attendant (uncredited)
Wilbur Mack
as Party Guest (uncredited)
Larry McGrath
as Mail Clerk (uncredited)
Art Miles
as Police Officer (uncredited)
Harold Miller
as Party Guest (uncredited)
Cleo Moore
as Vivacious Blonde at Airport (uncredited)
John Morgan
as Rogers (uncredited)
Howard Negley
as Police Officer (uncredited)
William Newgard
as Police Radio Operator (uncredited)
Leslie K. O'Pace
as Reporter (uncredited)
Kenneth Patterson
as Det. Millford (uncredited)
Pat Phelan
as Guard (uncredited)
John Pickard
as Joe, Customs Guard (uncredited)
Hal Price
as Officer (uncredited)
Hugh Prosser
as Captain (uncredited)
Tom Quinn
as Train Passenger (uncredited)
William Ruhl
as Officer (uncredited)
Bigelow Sayre
as Chief Benson (uncredited)
Larry Steers
as Tony Englebar - Party Guest (uncredited)
Clarence Straight
as Train Conductor (uncredited)
Harry Strang
as Police Officer (uncredited)
Sailor Vincent
as Police Officer (uncredited)
Duke Watson
as Joseph Blaine (uncredited)
Bill Welsh
as Clausen - Jeweller (uncredited)
Robert B. Williams
as Police Captain Ryan (uncredited)
Tom Wilson
as Convict (uncredited)
Peter Godfrey Director

Borden Chase Writer

Oren Haglund Assistant Director

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